Pools and Built-in Spas:
- Insulation is your friend. If you leave your pool filled and circulating year ‘round, another great step to help prevent freeze damage is to wrap your exposed plumbing with foam pipe wrap. Check the size of your PVC plumbing first (usually 1 ¼”, 1 ½”, or 2” are the most common).
- When freezing occurs, run your pump 24/7 until the freezing subsides.
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Again, this is only for those of you who leave the pool filled year ‘round and don’t already run their pump 24/7. Running water won’t freeze unless another ice age sneaks up on us. Then we have bigger problems.
- For our friends with above ground pools that drain them below the skimmer and return for the winter, ice equalizers are a small investment. These vinyl pillows inflate and help prevent the water from freezing and damaging your vinyl liner.
- Do you have an auto cover? If so, one of our most respected service technicians would like to remind you to, “Leave the auto cover open during times of heavy snowfall.” – Troy Ross
- If you have a spa or hot tub that sits above ground and all the equipment is self-contained, hopefully your manufacturer insulated the spa with spray foam insulation already. If not, there are two approaches you can take. First, Aqua Quip sells a spray foam kit, which is the type of insulation our Sundance Spas and Jacuzzi Hot Tubs use to insulate. The other option is to purchase some regular household insulation, and surround the sides of the tub with it. NOTE: You do NOT want to cover the pump(s), heater, or other major equipment with
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- Use a floating blanket on top of the water. Either a blue bubble solar blanket or the new closed cell foam style are a huge help for heat retention as well as making the hard cover last longer. Speaking of hard covers, it is one of the most important aspects of hot tub insulation. Making sure it’s not waterlogged or broken is crucial to heat retention and freeze protection!
- If you plan to winterize your hot tub our Maintenance Manager, Wayne Nikolaisen, suggests “Completely clearing all the plumbing lines by using a shop vac or an air compressor at a low setting. A line filled with water will expand when it freezes and cause breaks in your plumbing and equipment.”
If you have further questions about winterizing your pool or spa, don’t hesitate to call any
of our Seattle area stores 1-800-787-7665